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Chapter 22. Troublemakers 2 > Council, Counsel

Council, Counsel

These terms are not uncommon and are, therefore, important ones to use correctly. One means to “advise”; the other refers to a committee. Read the following examples and then answer the preview questions.

  • The council will meet at two this afternoon.

  • The question will be considered at the council meeting.

  • The firm asked their lawyers to counsel them in the matter of bankruptcy.

  • Please counsel us concerning the two rules.


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